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84%
Ursula von der Leyen
83%
Thierry Breton
80%
Valdis Dombrovskis
59%
Maroš Šefčovič
59%
Dubravka Šuica
53%
Margaritis Schinas
51%
Olivér Várhelyi
41%
Janez Lenarčič
41%
Adina Vălean
41%
Iliana Ivanova
28%
Elisa Ferreira
28%
Stella Kyriakides
28%
Mairead McGuinness
27%
Didier Reynders
23%
Helena Dalli
21%
Josep Borrell Fontelles
17%
Nicolas Schmit
9%
Margrethe Vestager
7%
Wopke Hoekstra
5%
Paolo Gentiloni

In the EU the "commissioners" are like "ministers", i.e. the executive government. After the EU election in June, a new commission must be appointed. This is about the current EU commissioners and if they will be re-appointed.

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Didier Reynders

With only two seats projected for his MR party, Michel’s move seriously hampered Reynders’ shot at entering the European Parliament or repeating his tenure as European Commissioner for Belgium.

https://www.euractiv.com/section/politics/news/eu-commissioner-reynders-eyes-council-of-europe-top-job/

We expect the Commissioners’ turnover to be rather significant next year. As shown by the chart below, the rate of replacement of Commissioners is historically very high, as more than two thirds of Commissioners have been replaced after the elections in 2014 and 2019: 

Several factors explain the non-reappointment of Commissioners, chief among these reasons being the lack of political support in their home countries. In other cases, Commissioners prefer to land key positions at national level (former Commissioners are usually well positioned to become Prime Ministers or Presidents, for instance). 

https://eumatrix.eu/en/blog/EU-Commissioners-who-will-stay-from-2024

Jutta Urpilainen

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Jutta Urpilainen is running for president in Finland but has effectively no chance. Very unlikely that the new Finnish government will propose her as commissioner.

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